On the income data of musicians from tours and CD sales, the Los Angeles Times has ranked the highest paid artists of the past decade. Top 10 was led by Canadian singer Celine Dion, since 2000 she earned $ 747.9 million, 225.7 million from album sales, and 522.2 million in concert activities.
In second place was American country singer Kenny Chesney, earning $ 742 million.
And the third position went to Dave Matthews, whose income in ten years amounted to 737.4 million dollars.
In the fourth place were "old men", the legendary The Beatles. Despite the fact that the group ended its existence 40 years ago, and there are no John Lennon and George Harrison, over the past ten years, more than thirty million records worth 392.3 million dollars have been sold. The rest of the income accounted for the performances of Paul McCartney ($ 221.4 million) and Ringo Starr ($ 13.6 million).
Closes the top ten pop princess Britney Spears, whose scandalous adventures did not prevent her from earning $ 494.3 million over the past ten years.
The ranking also included Toby Keith ($ 591.9 million), Bruce Springsteen ($ 588.3 million), The Rolling Stones ($ 569.6 million), Tim McGraw ($ 550.7 million).